You should see this girl MOVE! She is about to turn three, and has been started under saddle doing very light riding, and is super responsive. In the pen, she does sliding stops and roll backs while running around with the other fillies. And she isn't even the best one! I'll have to get more pictures tomorrow. The guy that owns the barn (and these horses) has some absolutely fantastic stock.
Not the best pictures, but I definitely really, really like her- beautiful shoulder, her hip is fantastic, her front legs are nice and straight and her pasterns have great length and slope. Her withers look like they're really high, but overall, she's a very balanced and beautiful horse- especially for not yet being 3- and looks like an athlete. When she fully matures and starts working up some muscle, she's going to be dropping jaws.
Nice filly! Her neck is a bit thin now, making her head look a little big and clunky, but that will likely change as she matures. Nice shoulder, great hip, good bone, good leg angles.
Only thing about her that really bothers me is that left front hoof. I don't know if it's something she was born with or something that's a farrier problem, but it looks slightly contracted with a fairly high heel. She looks like she might be in need of a trim and that might fix it.